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Flying Peace Dove Ornament Card - Default Title (7925150)

Gift the Flying Peace Dove Ornament Card with a handwritten note, a beautiful holiday gift for those living far away. An ornament and card, this gift is handmade from tree-free paper by environmental artisans in the Philippines. Abaca fiber is abundantly available, a non-edible banana tree fiber. The dove is a paper ornament gently affixed to the card. Start a new tradition this holiday or continue a long-standing one with a sustainably handmade ornament with a message of peace.


  • Materials: Abaca, tree-free paper, dried flowers
  • Measures: 5.5"SQ + 4" x 4" dove ornament with gold metallic cord
  • Colors: Blue, white, gold
  • Notes: Includes one piece of natural paper that is loose and not attached to the interior of card and envelope. In small print on the back of the card, it reads: This card from Ten Thousand Villages is created from handmade natural fiber by skilled artisans in the Philippines. Learn more about our products and the artisans who make them at

SKU: 7925150


Salay Handmade Products Industries produces and markets handmade paper and other items using cogon grass, a weed that interferes with local farming, and natural fibers. The group was founded in 1987 as People’s Economic Council (PEC) to create employment for people in the community of Salay, an area with little industry and a history of political unrest. Through experimentation, the group developed its trademark handmade paper. In 1990 the papermakers incorporated separately from PEC as Salay Handmade Paper Industries, Incorporated. In 2015, the group changed its names to Salay Handmade Products Industries to reflect its expanded product offerings. Through global marketing, Salay was introduced to the concept of fair trade and began providing development assistance to its artisans. Other benefits to workers include pensions and profit sharing. Ten Thousand Villages has purchased products from Salay since 1997.

Welcome to our global maker-to-market movement where, together with 20,000 artisans, we ignite social change. We create opportunities for individuals, families, and communities in developing countries to thrive through strong relationships, fair wages, safe working conditions, and sustainable practices.